Signal (bit) duration

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by EngIntoHW, Oct 6, 2010.

  1. EngIntoHW

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    Apr 24, 2010
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    Hi,

    I'd like to get your help please with the following subject:



    Why can't the reciever separate the multipath components if their time difference is less than 0.26 us?

    Thank you.
     
  2. EngIntoHW

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    Apr 24, 2010
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    Anyone please?
     
  3. marshallf3

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    Jul 26, 2010
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    1) Circuit isn't designed to be capable of doing so

    2) It probably makes no difference in this application
     
  4. retched

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    The speed at which the processor is operating requires JUST UNDER .26uS to perform the signal processing and routing.

    If time difference is less than .26uS, then the state of the input changes before it is cleared by the processor.

    Basically the buffer overruns.

    marshallf3 was correct... It just wasn't designed that way.

    They could have used a faster processor. However, when developing a standard, you have to agree on SOMETHING. So, you weigh cost of processors, and clock speeds, and what the resulting bit-rate would be.. Find a happy medium and publish the standard.
     
  5. EngIntoHW

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    Apr 24, 2010
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    Thank you very much mates :)
     
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